Under the intake manifold, under the upper outlet.
This is from AutoZone: "On your 1997 GMC TRUCK SAFARI VAN 2WD, the EGR VALVE is UNDER HOOD, CENTER, UPPER ENGINE AREA, FRONT OF INTAKE MANIFOLD, PASSENGER SIDE OF WATER OUTLET, MOUNTED IN INTAKE MANIFOLD."
you need manifold vacuum. Either on one of the intake runners or at the base of the carb.
The oil cooler on a 2003 CTS is located on top of the engine block between the heads but below the intake manifold. It is not visible with the intake manifold in place but you can see the inlet and outlet lines that run from the side of the engine where the oil filter adapter is mounted around to the back of the engine.
In the engine compartment at the outlet of the exhaust manifold.
The filter intake is the outlet that is at a higher point than the other. There are two outlet ports on an above ground pool, there is a hgh one and there is a lower one. It is the higher one that is the intake for the filter system.
The intercooler hoses deliver air from the turbocharger outlet to the intercooler inlet and from the intercooler outlet to the engine intake manifold. When air is compressed in the turbocharger, it gets heated. The intercooler cools the air coming out of the turbocharger before it goes into the engine. Cooling the intake air helps prevent detonation (engine knocking) and lets the engine use a little bit higher compression ratio.
Since the year, make, and model of the vehicle was not expressed in the question, I will give a general answer that pertains to most liquid-cooled gasoline engines. Generally, the temperature sending unit is located on the intake manifold, water outlet, cylinder head or engine block. It will be located in a threaded port, screwed into a water jacket where hot water flows through the engine. For most fuel injected vehicles it will be in the water outlet, engine block, cylinder head. For carbureted engines is usually located on the intake manifold or engine block.
It depends on the engine liter. For 2.2 liter engine check the intake manifold, under the outlet resonator and duct assembly. For 3 engine liter it is located below battery cooling box.
it goes to the inlet manifold or to a vacum outlet on the carby (if it is not fuel injected)
If your car has the "X" engine with carburetter the fan switch is in the intake manifold more or less in front of the distributor. If your car has the "W" engine with fuel injection the fan switch is in the top of the thermostat outlet.
The Manifold absolute pressure sensor on a fiero V6 is mounted on the passenger side manifold right beside the thermostat assembly/water outlet
The ECT sensor is located:(engine coolant temp) Under hood, center, upper engine area, passenger side of water outlet, mounted in intake manifold The CTS sensor (coolant temp sensor) is not applicable on this vehicle, as per autozone
as intake air temperature increases it lead to decreas in i.c engine efficiency. as engine efficiency is ratio of difference in intake and outlet temperature to intake temperature.
It is likely broken if there is power to the outlet
Under hood, center, front engine area, rear of water outlet, mounted in intake manifold
There are three different temperature sensors on that car. There is a water temperature sensor in the metal heater tube that comes out of the intake manifold behind the water outlet, and goes to the heater core in the firewall. It has a plastic connector and two wires. This sensor is for your cars ECU, so it knows how to adjust the timing and fuel curves. There is another water temperature sensor in the intake manifold on the front drivers side, its directly to the left of the first driver side fuel injector. It has what looks like a screw sticking out of the top. It only has one wire. This sensor is for your dash gauge that shows you what your engine temp is. The last temperature sensor is also in your intake manifold but its for the air temperature going through the intake. Its also on the front drivers side of the intake manifold however its directly to the right of the first fuel injector. It has a plastic connector and two wires. This sensor is also for your cars ECU, so it knows how to adjust the timing and fuel curves.
upper or lower? either way, remove all wiring, 8 10mm bolts that hold upper intake, both fuel lines in right rear(inlet, outlet) remove upper intake. 8 13mm bolts hold lower intake. dont need to remove lower intake if u r replacing injector assemble which is probably what u r doing as this is a very common problem with the vortex engine. be sure to replace as assembly and not just regulator if the vehicle has 100k plus
1. If necessary, unfasten the retainer and remove the upper engine cover. 2. Disconnect the negative battery cable. 3. Remove the air cleaner and duct assembly. 4. Partially drain the engine cooling system, into a suitable container, to a level below the thermostat. 5. Disconnect the upper radiator hose from the water outlet. 6. If necessary, detach the electrical connections from the throttle body assembly. 7. Unfasten the water outlet attaching bolts, then remove the water outlet. 8. Remove the thermostat. Remove and discard the gasket. 9. Thoroughly clean the manifold water inlet and water outlet mating surfaces. Inspect the water outlet for corrosion or other damage, and replace if necessary. 10. Position the thermostat into the intake manifold with a new gasket. 11. Install the water outlet to the intake manifold with RTV sealer. Tighten the attaching bolts to 20 ft. lbs. (27 Nm). 12. Connect the radiator hose to the water outlet housing. 13. If necessary, attach the electrical connections to the throttle body assembly. 14. Install the air cleaner assembly, then connect the negative battery cable. 15. Refill the engine with the specified type and amount of engine coolant. Start the engine and check for coolant leaks.
On a 1990 Lincoln Town Car ( 302 cubic inch / 5.0L V8 engine ) Follow the top radiator hose to the front of the intake manifold on the top of the engine . Where the radiator hose connects to the water outlet . The engine cooling thermostat is INSIDE the housing
Front 3 are easy. Here's for the back 3You have to remove the upper intake manifold. Here are your instructionsDisconnect the battery ground cable.Remove the air cleaner assembly and the air cleaner outlet tube.Remove the pin-type retainers and the snow shield.4.Disconnect the accelerator cable, speed control actuator cable and the throttle return spring from the throttle body5.Remove the bolts, then position the accelerator cable bracket aside6.Disconnect the hoses.Disconnect the vacuum hose.Disconnect the evaporative emissions (EVAP) return tube7.Disconnect the idle air control (IAC) valve and the throttle position (TP) sensor electrical connectors8.Disconnect the engine wiring harness from the intake manifold support bracket9.Remove the upper intake manifold support bracket10.Disconnect the positive crankcase ventilation (PCV) tube from the upper intake manifold11.Loosen the nut and disconnect the exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) tube from the EGR valve12.Disconnect the vacuum hose from the EGR valve13.Disconnect the vacuum regulator solenoid vacuum and electrical connections. Disconnect the vacuum hose from the upper intake manifold14.Disconnect the wire harness retaining clip15.Disconnect the spark plug holder and the radio interference capacitor electrical connector16.Remove the bolts and the upper intake manifold
probably the power brakes if you have them and the vaccum modulator on the tranny.
its normally situated to the right(passenger side)of the outlet manifold on the block of the engine depending on what car it is but most are the same
An open neutral means the neutral wire is disconnected or broken. You will have to remove the outlet and find out which is the case. The wire may also be broken.
piched or broken wires, kills connection/short out between outlet and phone